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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 25, 1885.
For llio Middle Atlantic States fair, colder
weather, clearing In tho oxtromo northern
tortlon, norlhwcst to southwest winds,
rlk to high on the const, rising barometer.
For Thursday, fair, slightly colder woatlier
Islndlcnted for tlio Mlddlo Atlantic Stales,
mid tfnrmor, fair weather In tho Upper
Mississippi ami Mltsourl vullcjs.
Thermometer readings for November 23,
1SK5: 8 n. m., IW.O; 7 n. in., 35.(l( 1 1 n. in.,
40. Novcmlier 2t Mean temperature,
C0.7: maximum, iHKC: minimum, 3.Vlj
mean relatlvo humidity, 87.3; total proclp
itatlon, 0.C0 Inch.
Atr-Avon's "Hunch of Keys,"
Natioiai "Wages of sin,"
Tiikatiik Comio.it lliivcno's attractions.
Dimk MwniM "ltoo Michel."
Hkatiko Junk Ninth and llliodo Island aro.
of tho Chicago (Iroccry Company, bOOSov
cnth street: Atmuro's Mlnco Meat, 10c. I!).;
l'lum Pudding, l!5c.: Rib, bucket Cranberry
Sauce, 4Sc.; NowKnlslns, 12c. lh.i Currants,
7c. lh.i Ln)cr ltalslns, 20c. lh.; Citron, 3.1c.
lh.j Almonds, 23c. lb.; Mixed Nuts, Uc. lb.;
Figs, 18c. lb.
The Srent Atlimtlr .V. Piicltlc ITon
Company's btislnoss becamo so oxtcnslvo
they wcro compelled to open n brauch storo
at 1C20 Fourteenth street northwest, In or
der to accommodato their iiuincroiispatrons
In that locality. Their teas and coffees nro
pure, and by biiylngnt cltherof their stores
you savo from 20 to -10 percent. Headquar
ters at their old and familiar store, C03 Sev
enth strcot northwest.
N. 11. IIowmax,
Tlic ClilcnEoWocrry Company,
00 Seventh stret, offers French Ilrandy
$2 gallon: good Hyo Whisky. W gallon; 7,
jcar old ltjo Whisky, $3 gallon, wiirrantod
pure. Scud order by mail or telephone
New Nuts, Italslns, Figs, Currants, Cit
ron, etc., lowest prices.
N. T. MBTZdKIl fc Iluo.,
Oroccrs, Ac, 417 7th st. n. w.
Tliu tllilrnso J merry Company,
S00 Sovcnth street, sells llrown Sugar for
51c. lb.; Standard A, 0c. lb.; (Jrauulutcd,
7c. lb.; Cut I.oaf, 7Jc. lb.
For Mrdlrnl or Noclnl I'lirnoHcs,
Our 1-year old l'uro Ilyo Whisky, at $J per
gallon, Is tho best.
N. T. Meizoeu .tj Itiio.,
Grocers, Ac, 417 7th St. n. w.
Men's Newmarket overcoat. Elscniau llros.
If You tVlNli to Hnvo from 0 to -to
percent. In purchasing lino teas and coffees,
and at the Mine tlmo receive handsomo
? resents, do not full to visit tho Atlautlc A
'aclflc Tea Company, 503 Sovcnth and 1020
Fourteenth streets northwest. Thoy guar
nntco satisfaction or nionoy rofunded. This
largo firm has many branches nil over the
United States and import all their toas and
coffees direct; consequently their goods and
prices cannot bo equaled In this city. Cour
teous treatment and fair dealing to all Is
their motto. N. H. Bowman,
Men's Frlnco Albert suits. ElscmanTtli eSE.
The Chicago (jrorcry Com puny,
00 Seventh street, offers good Family
Flour $4.BSbbl.; best Family Flour, $5.7J
bbl.;$1.4t 1 hbl.; 72c. 1 bbl.: Patent I'rocoss
Flour, J0.73 bbl.; $l.tt) bbl.; 83c. i bbl.
CmcuiT Corner No. 3 Justlco Merrick.
Sohou vs. District of Columbia; on trial.
Flshman vs. JlcJIIcbael; Judgment for
plaintiff without costs; a socond suit dis
continued, COWtT IN GEJ.T.HAL TnilM Clllof JujtlCO
Cartter and Justlco James. Harrison vs.
Secretary I-amar; application for mandamus;
Equiti- CounT Justice Hagncr. Snow
den vs. Johnson ct nl.; appcarancoof absont
defendants ordered. Klchardson vs. Clark ;
petition of John Lang dismissed. Cameron
vs. Mitchell ct nl.; appcaranco of absent do
CiiictJlT CounT No. 1 Justlco Cox.
Geyer vs. llarrlck; judgment for plaintiff.
Heck vs. Dowllng; verdict for defendant
lor $100 and costs.
Police Cocut Jtiflgo Snell. Samuel
Thompson, Henry Drajton, Wado Myers,
James Jennings, Holly Drayton, Powell
Frailer,' John Crompton, Lclaud Wallaco
and Frank Green, colored, disorderly con
duct; $5 or 15 days each, Philip Green, car
rying a pistol; personal bonds. Cornelius
lluckley, do.; ?20 or 30 days. Mary Nolan,
Sunday bar; $20 or 30 days. Joseph l'ayno,
suspicious person; personal bonds,
A coloiied boy, named Wilbur Thomas,
of 423 Franklin street, was run over and in
jured by a milk wagon yesterday on 1
street, between Fourth and Fifth streets.
JlEJinnns and friends of tho Y. M. C. A.
met last evening and discussed tho building
An elegant Thanksgiving dinner will bo
served at the "Casino," 72.1 Seventh street,
between G and II northwest, from 13 to 8
Coiinelius Booklet was sent to jail for
thirty days for carrying concealed weapons,
ns he had no $20 to pay his flue.
At Kodden's now furnlturo and carpet
Installment bouse, 032 Seventh street north
west, furniture, carpets, ruggs, mats oil
cloths, matting, baby carriages and every
thing which a housekeeper requires to mako
homo pleasant and attractive aro sold on
tho Installment plan. Call and bo convinced
that be sells on easier terms and at lower
prices than any other man or Drm In tho
Installment business. Terms to suit all.
Some policemen concealed themselves In
tho office of tho Independent Ice Co., corner
Twelfth street and Pennsylvania avenue,
last night to catch a gang of cracksmen
who thoy heard woro Intending to rob tho
safe. Tho burglars failed to appear.
Philip Queen of Virginia was arrcstod
by Policeman Hutchinson while asleep at
tho Sixth-street station with a pistol on his
person. Ho was released on his personal
An eleoant Thanksgiving dinner will bo
served at the "Casino," ?25 Seventh stroot.
between G and II northwest, from 12 to 8
Mil. Ciiaules Kiiameh, proprietor of tho
leading wholesale and retail liquor and wlno
establishment, 737 Seventh street northwest,
has In stock the choicest brands of Imported
and domestic liquors and wines south of
New York, 'lho Thompson Puro Kyo
Whisky "tho Cabinet" canuot bo ex
celled for Its purely and flavor In this city.
Mr. Kramer makes a specialty of superior
$2.50 whisky. For Thanksgiving wines and
liquors go to Kramer's, 737 Sovcnth stroot.
While ono of tho canvassers for "Grant's
Memoirs" was Intent on tho performance at
Hcrzog'son Monday afternoon his sub
scription list slipped from his sldo and was
lost. See ad.
Lowe A Kintz have rcmovod their roil
cstato ofllco to 1321 F street northwest,
where they will be glad to rccelvo their
pairors. .Any party naung houses to sell
or rent, will unit It to their Interest to call
Couaiis, Colds nnd Sore-Throat yield
readily to II. II, Douglass it Sons' Capsicum
To order, $5, pants. Elscniau, cor. 7th A E,
I'liiiilturo, rnrpelH, liliinlu-tM,
Comforts and general house-furnishing
goods sold on easy weekly or monthly pay
ments at John Smith's Installment House,
413 New Jersey avenue northwest,
IoIiiikoii'h, Thirteenth anil K.
If j on want delicious oysters or tooth-i-onio
turkey fur jour Thanksgiving dinner,
this restaurant Is tho place you are looking
for, Lsdlcs' saloon, nicely fill ulshed, at
tached. Uritiiil Jury Indictments.
Tho following paitles wore to-day Indict
ed by tho grand Jury; Eugene Morgau, lar
ceny and housebreaking; Louis Summer
field, murder of Christina Suiumerlleld and
Pants to order, $5 and up, Elecman llros.
37. I M. SCI I IX(i TllOiaili'M.
lho I'lKthnl l'lilliMnpiitciilty imil dm
A nallonon her knees' llnrk, whllo ho lifts
Iter ttinnkK In Him who guides her liro niul
Her destiny so sure.
How low, y people;
Tlinnkn from oery homo Irnin mory lioart
1 hut tKinMs Its birth heneith hir favured
Among tho days of tho year that glvo
special zest to life ami lift from our
shoulders, for lho nonce, Its burdens of
euro nml worry, Thanksgiving Is certainly
not tho least In Importance. Fireside do
llghls are as necessary to tho happiness of
the nvcrago American as tho ntr ho breathes
Is lo his existence It Is tho memories of
these that tho approach of tho dny pictures
upon his heart with tender tints; and, In
tho foreground, ho sees tho Joys of homo
kindred, peace, contentment, feasting all
mingled In sweet confusion and harmony of
True, a touch of sadness may shadow lho
picture Many, perhaps most of us, when
scaled round tho festlvo hnird, may liivo
known tho ojo to swim and lip to quiver at
tho sight of nn empty chair. Yet ovon this.
If nur feelings nro in proper training, will
not mar tho day, but only provo Its power
to level tho Wall of Death nml bring our
souls In closer sympathy with thoso that Ilo
behind. So will they live again with us
during tho sacred period, making their
voices, their virtues, their examples ours, to
chver nnd cherish and to lead, that wo may
safely thread our way through tho windings
of the thoroughfaro that lies as )ct before
That wo should have a season of Thanks
giving In which to cxpres our gratltudo to
Illin, tho (liver of all good, Is nduty doubly
binding upon us. Not only has Ho glveu
us all that Is needed for existence, hut Ho
has nihil (1 thereto manifold things with tho
solo cud and intent of making that oxlst
incc pleasurable. If man, In ills obstinacy
or ohtuscness, sometimes fails In tho full
enjojment of them, the fault Is his. Dcslro,
capacity and reason havo been given him
that he mar the better appreciate tho bless
ings bestowed; nnd If ho makes bad uso of
thieo such attributes, tho conclusion Is plain
that ho would not mako good uso of ndozcu
others It ho had them.
Thcro nro somo discontented mortals in
tho world and, perhaps, It would not bo a
world without them who declare thoy havo
nothing to be thankful for; that Thanks
giving was made for tho rich, not for tho
poor. An assertion wo will not dispute;
but, tho possession of dollars docs not con
stitute riches, nor tho want of them porcrty.
Thcro Is many n man, rich Indeed in nil tho
wealth the world can bring him, who
gets n very little, out of his dollars, unless it
bo anxiety nnd misery, nnd theso aro not
exactly tho klud of riches for which ho feels
like bilng thankful. No. Tho truly rich,
Indeed, nro the ones for whom Thanksgiv
ing w as Intended and made, nnd of theso
ho Is richest who Is contented with tho least.
Men and myriads o( them have found and
could tell tho world tho solemn dlffcrcnco
that lies between truo and falso riches
could they como from tho giavo to do so.
Hut our philosophy is ruuulng away with
us and making us forget n very Important
adjunct to Thanksgiving or rather somo-
miug mora man an nujunci, ior it uas uo
comc, wo may say, part and parcel of tho
day Itself; namely, tho turkey. Custom
now mixes feasting nnd mirth with most of
our celebrations, though tho events thoy
commemorato bo sacred, or their origin ro
llglous In Its character. And, In this, cus
tom Is wiso. 'lhero can bo nothlug very
wrong In tho enjoyment of thoso things
which havo been given us for tho purpose;
Indeed, to refrain, would bo as Mlltou says,
nn evldeneo of ingratltudo to tho Giver. A
free nnd checiful mind, too, especially nt
hours of meat, Is ono of tho soundest sure
ties for a long life, llono may bo tho an
chor but mirth Is tho cable whoso uurustcd
links hold our craft from dashing on tho
Nor Is thero anything Incongruous In tho
inlxturo of cheerfulness with matters of a
sacred character. Long-faced religion must
stand, If It stands nt all, upon other doc
trines than that tnught by Htm, tho Master;
nnd Its followers aro not following Him
when they prncticoit.
But to return to our turkoy. How or
when this delicious blid first beenmo such
nn Importnnt feature at tho Thanksgiving
feast w o nro not prepared to say. That It
Is worthy of Its placo at any tablo Is tho
opinion of no less an authority than llrlllat
Savarln, who enthusiastically sajs:
"Tho turkey l, nsurcilly, ono of tho
noblest clfts tho Now World has Riven to tho
Old. It Is tho lareest, nnd, If not tho most
dellento, H nt leant tlio mot savory of our
domestic fowls. It nlso has tho oxchKlvo nil
Mint nee of nsscmbllns around it all claseiof
totlety. When onr vino-grower and farmers
Klvo n feast on u long w Intel's night, what do
wo behold turning on tho spit beforo a hot
flrcJ-n turkey, when tho ueful manu
facturer, the hardworking nrtNnn, wishes to
glvo a treat to hl friends, tho otillgito dish Is
h turkey stuffed with chestnuts and snuagos.
And In our high gastronomic, circles, In thoso
elect reunions whero lwlltlcs nro obliged to
gliowayton dissertation on tnsto what Is
expectcdr What Is brought up at tho second
coiiiso a trufllcd turkey."
Tills general gastronomic fitness is qulto
ns fully appreciated In tho Now as In tho
Old World, and from Thanksgiving up Into
the month of Fcbrtinry, or even later, tho
turkey has llttlo resplto from its martyrdom
to tho greed of man, and continues to graco
with Its Juicy presence tho tobies of all
classes that feel pecuniarily nblo to pay for
It. Indeed, "Whero do all tho turkoys
como fromt" Is qulto as often asked as that
other problcmlc ono which has been puz
zling tho brains of all humanity, regarding
tho destiny of tho pin. Wo trust, however,
that no dearth In tho supply will over be
serious enough to causo us any gastronomic
Inconvenlcnco, and that tho Nation, as sho
meets tho day upon tho rim of tho rovolvlng
years, will hoover ready with tho proyer
upon her lips: "Heaven bless Thanksgiving
and tho turkoyl" Tho Caterer for Novem
ber. Whnt tho Church Union HnyH.
President Drewer and ofllecrs of tho
Washington Llfo may prido themselves on
the success which has attended their com
pany during tho twenty-flvo yoars of Its ox
Istcnco. Judicious management, carefully
Invested funds, which havo turned, as It
were, Into gold. From tho official report of
January last wo find the company to bo
possessed of assets of tho best character,
amounting to $7,304,000.84, with liabilities
to policy-holders of $0,474,141.01, leaving a
surplus as regards policy-holders of $830,
7C8.23. Tho Income of tho Washington last
vear, from all sources, was $1,775,333.70.
Tho company paid out for losses and ma
tured endowments during tho same
period, $500,805.00. Cash paid to an
nuitants, $3,110.23. Tho company also
paid for surrendered policies, otc, $313,
458.40, with a cash dividend to policy
holders of $231,609, nnd return premiums,
$1,338.11, muklng a total payment to policy
holders of $1,140,010.60. Tho enrdpauy has
greatly Increased Its business this year so
for, so that at tho noxt annual report tho as
sets will not fall short often millions, thus
ehowlng that tho Wnshlngtou Llfo was cor
rectly named, If wo may Judgo from tho
financial success which seems to follow.
For twenty-flvo j cars this llfo company has
been beforo tho public, and It has never
fulled In tho faithful performance of what
It agrees to do In Issuing a policy on tho
llfo of tho policy-holder. Tho Washington
furnishes life insurauco at a prlco hut
llttlo mora than tho actual net cost of
tho insurance. Tho Washington has a
good paying and Increasing business on Its
books, it Is managed with strict economy
and consummnto skill nnd vigor, It has a llrst
class position In tho llfo lusuranco world,
nnd that position will be continually In
creasing to a still more prominent ono,
Such nro a few facta of tho financial con
dition of tho Washington Llfo, which wo
wish to lay beforo our readers. Tho ofll
ecrs of the eorapuny mo W. A. llrowcr, Jr.,
President: XV. Ilaxtun. Vlca.lnwli1iiit! I'..
French, Superintendent of Agencies;
3cs E, Wnugli, General Agont,
.llllnii f.'ronu WlMt.
Latest dispatches from London say that
King Milan's soldiers, repulsed by tho Bul
garians, nro retreating In disorder ncro33
the frontier. Tho king Is preparing to mass
his army and supply his soldiers with
'1 harp's courageous whisky for a final at
tack on tho llulguilaus. Tltarp Is at 818 F
In chronic and stubborn cases of neu
ralgia, gout, and rheumatism, uio Salvation
Oil, Ills the greatest paln-dcstroycr of tho
age. Prlco only 25 cents.
Child Newmarket ovorcoat. Elscman, 7& E.
Miss Louise Pomerny's antnpiiiy give
another creditable performance nt tho
Ninth Street Opcra-llouso, tho play being
"As You Like It." In fact few of tho
higher-priced companies present a bettor
tusemblc. 'Hiiro nro somo weak tioInU,
1 lit they can bo found In companies headed
by Jnuniischck, Barrett, llooth and other
Mats, With tho posslhlo exception of
Dilantin, who mouthed his words nnd then
chopped them short, everyone plirjcd with
credit. '1 ho well-known "All lho world's
a slngo"wasso well spoken that tho cur
tain was rung up and tho speaker was com
pelled lo bow his thanks. Miss Pomcroy
makes n dillclotis Iloialiml, tho only fault
that con bo found Is tho ono usually found
In tho60 that portray that character sho
was loo feminine ns (innymede. Ono of tho
most delightful features of Modleskn's
pirfounanco of that part Is her charming as
sumption of mannish ways. Tho veriest
dullard would percclvo In ills' l'omeroy's
costume nnd maimers that sho was not
lho rural youth tho persouatod. Yet her
conciptlon of tho character was admirable,
and her pcrfoimanco n very nttractlvoone.
This evening sho appears ns Viola In
"Tw elfth Night." Tho audience last night,
whlih was loree, included many of tho
leading pcopleof tho city.
Thcro was a Inrgo audlenco In attendanco
at the opening of tho South Washington
Storcoursoof entertainments at tho Con
gregational Church last night. Tho pro
f;rauimo consisted of solos on tho violin
y Mino. Camilla Urso. Tho second outcr
talmncntof the courso will bo given nt tho
Tabernacle, on Friday evening, December 4,
nt which Lnw-Ah-llra. n native of lliinnah,
will deliver n characteristic lecturo ou
"Social Llfo In India."
An attractive piogrammo has been pro
pared for tho entcitalnincnt to bo glveu on
Friday evening nt Wlllard Hall under tho
direction of Miss Saxton, tho well-known
teacher of elocution. Tho entertainment
will consist of nines selected from sovoral
of bhtikspcarc's plajs nnd from "1'ho
Hunchback." Master Sol Stein, 10 years
of oge, a promising pupil of Miss Saxton,
will mnko his debut ns llamlcl in tho
"Closet Scene." Miss F.wnn and other
noted local talent will contrlbuto to tho en
joyment of tho evening.
The sale of reserved scats for tho Thomas
concerts on Friday nnd Saturday of this
week continues very heavy, and thoso who
have not already secured their scats should
do so w Ithout delay. Tho presence of Mrs.
A. L. Powell of this city with this famous
orchestra lends peculiar interest to theso
conicrts, as this lady hashosts of admirers,
who hall her appcaranco under such favor
ahlo auspices with delight. Miss Emma
.Inch, tho celebrated soprano fiom New
York, Is too well and favorably known to
require more thou nn nnuouncemement of
her presence to bring out her numerous
friends. Tho programmes for theso con
certs, which havo already been published,
will provo of raro Interest to lovers of tho
higher forms of symphonic music,
IVliiltnhlo V. II. AHsnelutlon.
Tho tenth Issue, of stock, which Is now
open for subscription, Is at this dato tho
largest that has been mado sinco tho organ
ization of tho association. Thero Is over
10.1C0 actlvo shares on tho books. This Is
cvidenco of a very prosperous condition of
nflnlrs In tho Equitablo.
Xcvr York Stock 3Iiirkct.
Tho following havo been lurnlshod by .T.
Vance Low Is, broker, southwestcorner Eighth
and (1 streets:
u It & q
Den & Wo a.
Kan & Tex...
61 ," prfd
47 North Ta.
133f4 " prof....
j x urn..
until " nrfd...
imt orcg nail.
i'.i.f.Li'i, Mnii. ...
Tox & l'a.
U l'nclflo .'
Tho following summary Is oy n. It. Plain &
Co., M, Cloud building, Ninth and !' streets:
11. K. Plain & Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed
yesterday, t)6K. Opened to-day, tKSK; hlghost,
KJtj lowest, V.iti S.15, 0'IHi.
The following nro tlio closing quotations of
tho Washington btoek Exchange to-dayns fur
nished by Messrs. Towers & Green, bankors:
Washington & Georgetown stock
WuMilngton & Georgetown bonds 118
Metrotxilltan stock , 100
Columbia stock 3(1
North Capitol undo street 40
Washington City Gaslight Co 4014
Georgetown Gaslight Co 4JM
Firemen's Insurance Co
Franklin Insurance. Co ii
Notional Metropolitan Insurance Co
National Union InsurancoCo 18
Arlington Insurnnco Co...... 113
Corcoran InsurancoCo....".: CO
Columbia Insurnnco Co 11H
nirmnu-Amciican Insurance Co 130
Potomac InsurancoCo 48U
Ttlggs Insurnnco Co 6
Hoard of Publlo Works Green 8s 00
Masonic Hall bonds 101
Washington Market Co. stock 19t
" " bonds 103
Inland and Seaboard Co, stock
" " " bonds
Washington Drlck Machine Co. stock Ill
Dank of Washington 75
Hunk of Washington 3?j
National Metropolitan Uank 134
National Hank or tholtcpuhllo
Farmers' and Mechanics' National liank,
Citizens' National llanh 107
hecond National Hank 103
Central National Hank
Great FallsleoCo DO
Heal IXotoTltlo Insurnnco Co 100K
Pennsylvania Telephone Co ii)i
Chcsnpcako & l'otomao Tclcphono Co.... CI
U. S. Llectrlo Lleht Co 67
Washington Light Infantry, Istmgo 80
" " " Sd "
Tho feature of to-day's market was tho
Increasing demand for Washington Gas
stock. Sc cral small lots, amounting to lSI
thnrcs, wero promptly taken nt -10J. A
email lot of 50 shares was offered at 41.
Electric Light was In demand at 57, but
none was oflcred.
Telephone stock exhibits much strength.
C. A P. Is offered at 00. Penua. at 55.
Now's your tlmo. Pianos tuned for $1
until Christmas. J. F. Lucas, 515 Ninth
Child's capo overcoat. Klscuian, 7th and E,
"Alilorney Ilnirj Wiissontf"
Fresh Aldciiioy butter, churned overy
morning nnd delivered In 1 lb, "Ward"
mints, 45c. per lb, Also cottage chcoso;
buttermilk and sweet milk, 5c. per n,t.
Cream, lDc. per pint.
A iicmaukaiu.y handsomo woman is said
to bo tho moving spirit In u phllauthroplcal
movement In Uiissfa to supply tho poor of
that couutry with Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
Suits to order, yj5 and up, Elscmqn, 7 A E.
SMITH At 7 o'clock Tuosday evening, No
Tiinhcri!l. 188.1, Mrs, Jano L., widow of tho
luto ltev, lir.Johu a Smith:
Notice of fuuerul heieaftor.
MAYO At Annapolis, on Monday, Mrs,
Rnrnh 1). V, Mayo, nged seventy-seven years,
widow of Commodore Isnao Mayo, United
btntns Nityy, nnd daughter of Chancellor Tho
W. R. SPBARE,
OlO F HTHEET NOUTIIWE8T.
Everything strictly first-class and on tho
most reasonable terms. (Cump Chairs to hire
for all ocrasloin.)
No, 310 Henna, avo, n. w, bet, 3d nnd i'A sts,
in Mi f
10 13 10 15
10 03 1003
0 83 CWti
THE ELECTIONS ARE OVER,
Tho boys havo captured all tho barrels from
back gates nnd nlloys to inakooloctlon
bonfires now thoy will nood
Wo mado largo additions lo our
STOCK OF BOYS' GOODS
On FHIDAY, NOVKMDER 20. Now linos of
mado with short pants, from B to 15 years;
with long pants, from Vi to 19 years.
Plaited and. Plain Jackets,
from 3 to 10 yoars.
Cutaway Jacket Suits,
With Vests, entirclynow, for boys from 0 to 15
years, bhort Pants.
with Capes, without Capes, Sacks, Surtoilts,
Newmarkets, Norfolks, etc.
931 Penna. Avenue.
Oni Stock Tills Season
la Exceptionally Attractive and fully
up to our
High StanM of
Are maintained in every De
partment, comprising every
thing, with the exception of
Hats and Shoes
For Boys and Men.
Clothing and Furnishings,
1)00 I'eiiiiHjlvnnln Avenue S. W.
All the Leading Makes
Men and Boys,
and Sold as Cheaply as at
any other establishment in
the country, can he found
909 Penna. Ave.
Tho Celebrated Paris Make of
The "Bon Marche,"
MONDAY, NOV. 23.
Ilcmcmljcr, please, thnt, unlike
otlicis, wo novor ndvcrtlso n bargnlu
unless wo liavo n largo quantity to soil,
nml thus nrc, ns n rule. In a position to
continue our sales as advertised during
lho entire week. '
Wo havo for somo tlmo past been
negotiating for this lot of Kid Gloves.
At last wo wero fortunate in obtaining
eaino at our own prlco, and, intending
to sell them ns fast as possible, tho
prico has been fixed at a figure which
barely covers tho cost of duty on im
portation. Head tho Following Carefully :
8, 10 and 12-Button Lengths,
In Drab, Ollvo, llrovm, Navy and Hark Gar
net; bIzoi ra, V)i, o, CM, CM, c-Ji ana 7; for.,
incr prices, SS.S3, SI and 33.00,
AT T1IE UNIFORM
PRICE $1.25 EACH.
The "Bon Marche"
316-318 Seventh St, N. W,
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
C37"On Wednesday Evening, No
vciuher 25, this Btoro 'will 1)0 open
until 10 o'clock.
THE LONDON BAZAR
No. 715 MARKET SPAOE.
We nro ofTcrlngllic following goods at figures lower thnn tlio lowest:
Newmarket Oloaks, in Black and Brown Boavor, at
S6.60; worth $8.
Plush Coats at manufacturer's prico3.
Pattern Bonnets at $5 and S7; worth from SI O to $15.
All-silk Velvet, all shades, formerly sold at $1.60; for
the balance of this week only 82c per yard.
Ladies' 4-button Oolorod La Oromo and Jouvin Kid
Gloves only 76c: worth $1.25; also finer qualities.
(Wo are not celling llicso good for a leatler, but offer tliem to tlio ladies ns
long ns wo enn sccuro such bargains,)
All -linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs only 7c; worth
Reptular size Japanese, 18x18 inches, White Silk Hand
korchiofs only 37c; worth 65c each.
Jllnrtrnlns In Kvory Dcimrtmcnt too numerous to mention.
O-o-nr ZejpJa.vy'X' !De;pa,:E,-b:na.e:n.-t;
is stocked with tho best qualities nnd shades, and aro selling Zephyrs at Oc an
ounce, all shades.
Oto-x- Hosierjr JDejpaX'-tT-n.eja.-b
is Blocked with choice and now goods at prevailing low prices. If you wish
to sccuro bargains call at tlio
LONDON BAZAR, 715 Market Spaee.
P. S. Jlonoy cheerfully refunded to dissatisfied buyers.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
Owing to tlio ltnckirnriliicftx of lho Scnson wo rlll iHiuiRim'to Tills Woolc
A SPECIAL CLOAK SALE !
XT. WILL OFrEIt THE 1'OLI.OWINO GOODS:
i:ici;nnt Ilorlln and DJui;onnl Newmarket nt $n, $7, $l)nml $10.
ItiiHHliin Clroulnm nt 1)0, $8 nnd $10.
Sent l'liiHli font nt $30, IJ2C, $38 nnd $3U.
inoRunt VlnltcH lit IjlR, $10 nnil$lff.
Children' mid MIsucs' Ilnvcloolcs nnd Now market lit $3, $1, $B, $0iind$7.
lull lino or lllrdu nml l'nitcy WliiRiint 17, SIS. 3.1, 40, .15, 50 nml 75 ct.
Vlumin nt 37, 07 nml 75onml$l. l'olt IIutH at 15, 58 nml 75a nnd $1.
Trimming Velvets, In nil colore, nt 83c nml $1 nml $1.35.
Tip nt 35, 50 nml 75e per bunch.
UlrRnnlKlil Glincn, 4-Ilnttons, nt 75c nml $1.
I.utko nsmirlincnt of 1'lnln nml 1'iuicy JUbbolunt 10, 15, 30 nml 35a par yd.
Our exhibition this week will comprise the largest assort
ment ever shown south of New York I
Bo Not Fall to Call and Inspect tlio Wonderful ShowliiR llcforo Purchasing Elsowhcro.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
SEAL SKIN WRAPS.
Seal Skin Sacques,
37 Inches to BO Inches long, from 8100 to S2J0.
l'lnln, Lynx, Fox nml Skunk Trlmmod.
ALL AT NEW YORK l'lUCES.
Rpnclnl lot or CI.OTII MlSWSIA.lt
Kl.TM direct from Ilorlln.
I.iuIIi'h', mIhkoh' nml Chllilren's 1'urH
In etory vnrlety.
Gontluiuen'H Driving nml AVlilklng
Cnrrlngo Hobos, Glovca nnd Gnunt
lctH. Tlio Largest and best Selected Stock over
exhibited In this city.
WILLETT & RUOFF
Hatters and Furriers,
905 IFe-n ti el. &sxtg.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
310 NINTH ST. N. IV.
X lGtli at bet I nnd K fits n w,
This now and elegant hotel flat houso Is
now open for tho reception of guoits, It H
hiiudsomcly fiirnUhed and Htcam-hcatcd
througliout, lmlngnll tho appointments of a
llrot-elass hotel. 1'onlos can bocurotmltos with
for thoKO desiring letlred nnd luxurious no
lommodutlons). Klcctrlo bi'Us nnd opon llro
places In o cry room. Tclcphono station In tho
liousu. Steals serod tablod' hoto und a la
cartu, Locution llnost In tho city; convenient
id uio ueunrnneniB aim imiuts.
WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL,
7!j:i, 7a5, 7li7 15th Ht. X. W.
Itcstaurant n la Carto.
WASHINGTON, I). 0.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
AEMY & NAVY nEADQUARTERQ.
Fouit nto.N nuK i:dch'ks
Tl'.ltIIS"$:i.00 and $1.00 por Dny.
H AltKlH IIOUSK.
l'eniiHylvanla avenuo, near l'ourtocntli street,
mVIHI ...lfcn..' mtimuv. ...W.....J.
CAI.1MON IIOUHi:, 7T1I ANI I STH.
J ii w; Ilrst-class tablo board and largo
rooms nt ruusoiiiiblo rates; locution central.
WM.O.NAYLiUt, Proprietor. jyU tf
T. JAflir.8' IlflTHT.,
Sixth street and 1'uniisylvnnla avenuo.
L. WOODllllltY, Proprietor,
1323 P Street H, W , Opp. tbe Ebbltt,
WAHIIIHCITIW, II. O.
(Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.)
O. I.OSKKAM, Proprietor.
A PEW SPECIALTIES.
rigiucd Dress roods, Co per yd.
llimnantR of bhectlngs at half prlco.
lloublo Width t'ashincro, Vll&o.
Ynrd-wldo Cashmere, !!0c; reduced from
Sc: nil colors.
Heavy all-wool Tnllled riannel, Slo.
bntln-llnpil Scarfs, now styles, Mo.
.All-wool Ladles' Cloth, 51 In. wldo, 78e.
Tlin licst ltnlniindorod nlilrl In city,
11mm bosom, tloiiblo ro-cuforcod front
nml buck, COc, nt
I. Kolmer & Bro.,
New IDry and Fancy Gootls House,
113!! 7tli t., Iiot. I. niuOIn.w.
locl i ato,
007 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Bresses Elegantly mado In tho Lntost Stylos
hy llrst-class Artists. Tallor-mado Bulls a
Specialty, Dresses, Cloaks and Mantlos Cut.
l'ltted nnd Draped nt Iteasonablo 1'rleos. All
Work Dono with 1'roinptness and I'ully Quar
LADIES' TA1LOH AND JlAIHT-JlAKEn,
730 Seventeenth Street Northwest,
Will mako Ladles' Drcsfca, etc., during Sep
tember nnd October nttho following prices:
Cloth Costumes, Ladles' oun materials, S15;
Conts, 310; Newmarkets, $19; lleatrlco, $18;
Hiding llniilts, 815; bilk Costumes, SIS; Even
ing Deception Dresses, etc., SIS mid umvard;
Cloth Costumes, everything furnished, from
$10; other garments correspondingly. Special
attention to Wedding Outllts, In which Mr.
Whlto has mado a great success. Cutting nnd
fitting. Patterns mado to order. seai-tf
Black Dresa Goods, Embroldorios,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MAKKET BI'AOE, WABniNIITON, D. O.
I'lll.l, STOOIt OF
XJxicie r "woar
For Ladles, Children nnd Ocntlemon.
WM, R. RILEY,
Blley llnllilliig. for. "Hi inl U m. m.w
No, 629 F STREET N, W,
avaniiix;tox, ii. u
Fh-e and Marine Policies
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO
Cliurtored Iiy Conuress, 18U7.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $164,000
NEW BUILDIHa, N, E. Oor. Bovsnth Streot
and Eoslt'ana Avtnuo,
AI.IIKHT A. WILSON, Prcsl-lont.
TIIDS. PAHKIlIt, Vlco-Proildout.
C, XV. llOWAlll), beorctary.
jt, 11, iia.aui, vtas i. neo y.
Nitlional Metropolitan Fiio Ins. Co.,
UIO l'a. Ao. N. AV'Wnsliliigtnii, II. V,
CASH CAPITA r,, $100,1100,
EDWAltD CLAHIC, Pros.
SAMUEL CItOSS, Soo'y. aull-tf
Now York Slato.
1'rom Cold Storage, Vormont,
Kxttn Chiilco Klgln and York Stnto,
y.xlta Jjxrgo Capo Cod,
10- pound llaskets.
.. -, Extra Luyors.
Kxtrn Largo and Sfodlum.
1'rlnecas; Paper Bliell Almonils,
33 cents per Pound.
Very low. Largo Assortment.
Cincinnati Sugnr-curcil Ilnmg,
13 Cents per Pound.
Sugnr-curcd Breakfast Bacon,
Always rrcsh and Crisp.
Slanilliollng Java CofTco,
Extra New Mackerel,
r.xtra cholco. Natural color.
Puro Trnlt and Sugar (wnrrnntod),
In pint glass Jars. 100 doz. Only
$J.oo per doz. Urcat bargain.
420 Ninth Street, bet. D and E,
UltC'JIllMS l-'AnilliV TJ'.A,
AtCOCENTSAPOUNl). Only at
i:iS5 V Stroot.
lIAltDOtm .t HAMILTON,
riour, AVIno nnd Grocery Morclinnts1
Oil to 010 Pcniin. Aicuuo.
J. IV. ITiMi. T. L.t roplcy. 1'. II. hhafrr.
WALSH, OROPLEY & OO.,
llllir.St. (Olovor IlnlldhiL-),
BANKER8 & BROKERS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions SPetroteM.
Jlnrglns from I per cent, upward to suit.
Direct nrltnto wires to Now York, Chloairo
nnd Philadelphia, llrnnch olllcu, 31B Otli
t n iv (Oiinton llnllilliig).
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Lo Iliolt linlldlng, KlglitU nml F nts.
rty n special nrrnngement with tho "Now
York Oi en Hoards" Iicui execute orders In
Stocks and drain up to 10 n. in,, and for that
purposo my ornco 111 bo open In tho evening
Trades In from 10 to 100 chares of Stock and
from 1,010 to B.Oto hushcls of drain placed on
tho "Open Hoards," on u margin of 1 por cent,
or more, nnd no liability beyond tho margla
deposited; S10 will buy 10 shares of Mock. or
1,0110 bushels of drain.
Trades of not less than 100 shares of Stock
or 6,000 bushels of drain placed on tlio regu
lar Exchango on n mnrgln of 5 per cent.
Largo and Small Quantities Strictly on
Commission. Constant quotations over my
private wires, nnd orders oxecuted and re
ported In from s to B minutes.
J. VANCH L11WIS.
CAMPBELL & CO,,
Stock, Grain, Provision and Petro
USO 1'llNNA. AV11. (Upstairs.)
DIHECT Willi: TO NHWYOIIK & CHICAGO
AVo Offer rirst-CIuss O Per Cent, llondg
for lm CHtiiicnt. Which IVo Onn
Kccauiinoml to Portions Wishing
Srrclnl tittentlon given to Departmental
nml other Collections, liny nnd soil United
States Ilondu and All District Securities. Wo
DltAlTS AND CIHCULAK LETTEIIS Olf
CllEDIT ON KUllOPE AND THE EAST.
TOWERS & GREEN,
no. 14S3 r STituirr nohthwiist,
Washington, D. C,
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum
ST. CJ.OUI) 1IUII.IIING, OTII Ji V STS-,
Wnbhlngtoii, D, O.
City references National Hank of tho Ilo
Chicago Correspondents XIILMIND, HOD
MAN & CO.
Com-tunt Quotations of lho Chicago and
New Yoilt Markets from direct pilvato wlros.
V. 11. I.ILLUY.
T. A. KENDIU.
P. B. LJLLEY & CO.,
ll.NKi:itS AND llltOKKllS.
BtcckB, KondH, Gnvlu, Provisious nnd
1157 I" STKHCT.N, XV., WASHINGTON, D. O.
HrunchOfflco No, 4 South llolllduy street,
D, w. ci.i:(i'8 ,
Coiulilinitloii I.i-ttur-HluwtiMiil l.iivolnnq
Por Letters, Notices. Hills, StutomeiiU, Clr
ouhm of ull sli'SJ In boxes of S, W, 100, UjO,
MX) and lAOeaeli.
Will illsiicnsn with Envelopes.
Will s.ivo Weight In Piotago.
Will savo 'i'line nnd Tl nulilo.
Tho PostoBleo Btumns will show dato of do
Hvew. J' w- WATEltH,
Bole Agt. for wasniUKlou ana Aioxauuun.